Shown above is Peter V’s 1969 Dodge Charger R/T-S/E (and a close up of my favorite feature, the split grille). Among its many features and options are a 440 C.I.D. V8, automatic transmission, 8 3/4″ rear axle with 3.55:1 gear ratio, power steering, power disk brakes, leather seats (with manual 6 way adjustment for the drivers seat), wood grain instrument panel with “Tic-Toc-Tach” and AM radio with 8-track cartridge player. Whatta car!
Above is Fred’s 1969 Dodge Charger R/T. It’s one of the nicest ’69 Chargers I’ve ever seen; the pictures don’t capture the fine details. It’s largely stock, with a slightly modified 440 Magnum engine, and after-market wheels. Check out his ’74 Dart too.
Shown above is Steve G’s 1 of 437 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T convertible. It’s equipped with a 440 C.I.D. V8, power steering, power brakes, automatic transmission with console mounted shifter, 8 3/4″ rear axle with 3.23:1 gear ratio, Rallye gauge cluster and AM/8-track radio.
Below is Michael H’s 1970 Plymouth Superbird. It’s a 440 Super Commando/automatic transmission car. His wife’s ’70 Challenger RT/SE is featured in the “E” body section. The family that cruises together stays together…
Featured here is Tony D’s 1970 Plymouth GTX. It’s 440 C.I.D. V8 equipped, with a four speed manual transmission and “pistol grip” shifter, Dana 60 rear axle with 3.54:1 gear ratio, manual drum brakes, manual steering, bench seat interior (very rare) and AM radio (not so rare).